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Did you catch Kelly Clarkson on the recent airing of “CMA Country Christmas”?

If you didn’t, you have to go back and watch because our girl knocked it out of the park! Kelly absolutely nailed two Christmas classics: “Run, Run Rudolph” and “Please Come Home For Christmas.” With that soulful voice of hers, it was absolute perfection.

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And Christmas isn’t over for Kelly. She’s getting ready for her upcoming Christmas show, Miracle On Broadway, which is in its second year. Kelly hosts the event at Bridgestone Arena to raise money for Nashville non-profits. This year, Miracle on Broadway will benefit Abe’s Garden, The Nashville Public Library Fund, Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and the W.O. Smith Nashville Community Music School.

Her country pals Reba, Ronnie Dunn, Kelsea Ballerini, RaeLynn, Charles Esten and Grammy-winners The SteelDrivers will be joining in on the holiday fun.

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Kelly’s also been working on new music, too, which is rumored to be out summer of next year. She’s got a brand-new record deal with Atlantic Records and from what we can gather, it’s going to be ’90s R&B all the way. Her twitter update on it was the biggest giveaway:

You are so right, Kelly, we can’t wait!

Things in Kelly’s life couldn’t be better: she has a loving hubby in Brandon Blackstock; two adorable, healthy children in River Rose and Remington; and two beautiful stepchildren in Savannah and Seth; a best-selling children’s book; great friends in country music like Reba, Trisha and Garth and Ronnie who she’s hit the stage with this year and all the love from fans all over the world who can’t what to see what awesome thing she does next.

Think she should be Rare Country’s “Female Artist of the Year?” Then cast your vote in our Rare Country Awards right now!